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It is most helpful to have a limited number of items, and leave plenty of time and space for descriptive comments from the students. It is also helpful to have specific questions rather than general evaluative ones. For example, a question such as “Did the instructor make good use of examples and illustrations?” will yield much more useful results and practical information than “Rate the instructor overall.”
Once you have collected your informal early feedback, there are three steps you need to take.